CV Session

Do not double dip in each application, which is the same as sending your journal articles to two places.

List positions, but decide the things to put in as appropriate for the position you are applying. Always put the most relevant items  at the beginning.

Do not lose anything you have ever done.

Ask your chair to write you a recommendation letter—-research assistantship, fellowship, writing studio, and all the opportunities available.

Grant for dissertation, etc.

Promotion—-Citation index: google scholar, the library, and so on. Citations are vital to promotion.

Annual report template: teaching, research, service

Textbook review on a department, community, or church level will be under service column.

Professional community: CCCC, SAMLA, etc

Editorial board should be listed under professional service.

Invited lectures, presentations, chair roles, and so on should all be listed in academic engagement.

Renew CV every year and every time you apply for a new job position

PhD in Rhetoric and Composition would be perfect. Do not bother the PhD in English title.

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A Static Visual for Dr. Hocks and My Dear Classmates: Chinese Culture

The World Made in China

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Jacky Chan

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The Imperial Palace

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The Great Wall

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Confucius

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The Chinese Knot

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The Chinese Fan

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Peking Opera

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Chinese Bamboo

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Tea Culture

Chinese Dragon & Phoenix (The dragon is not the same with the Devil or Demon dragon in the West!)

The most prominent of all Chinese marriage symbols is the pairing of a dragon (long 龙) and a phoenix (feng 凤) which represents love and a happy marriage.

The dragon is the preeminent male or yang (阳) symbol and represents strength and the warmth of the sun.

The phoenix, as you might expect, is the ultimate female or yin (阴) symbol.

Another busy day!

Attending the business Chinese conference today. I am excited!

Excited! Got a new blog!

Hi everyone! I’m very happy and excited to know each of you and to have my own blog in the US.

I look forward to learn a lot from Dr. Hocks and all of you in this course. If you are interested in China and anything related, please talk to me or leave me some message in your posts!

I have a Chinese blog, but I have many English and French links in it. Many of the characters can not be shown on our classroom screens, maybe you can try when you are at home. If you want to take a look at it, here is the link: http://blog.163.com/belle_20/

Thank you Dr. Hocks and Valerie for showing us how to to this!

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